At CPO we are committed to following appropriate procedures to ensure the support and safety of all our clients and partners. For further information, feel free to contact us.
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CPO Ltd is committed to a policy of protecting the rights and privacy of individuals (includes beneficiaries, staff and others) in accordance with the Data Protection Act. To comply with the law, information about individuals must be collected and used fairly, stored safely and securely, and not disclosed to any third party unlawfully.
We only keep data if there is a legitimate interest to do so, and individuals have the right to request to view or remove their data on CPO’s systems at any time in accordance with the Act, but must be aware that requests may be subject to a fee. We will not use any personal information without prior consent, and information will only be used for its intended purpose(s) in the way(s) agreed by the individual and CPO.
Summary of our Safeguarding Children Policy
CPO Ltd believes that children have a right to be protected from abuse and exploitation. Any information that CPO Ltd becomes aware of that indicates a child is suffering, or is likely to suffer significant harm, will be shared with the appropriate agency.
The protection of children is the proper concern of everyone in a position to help.
Volunteers/staff who are in direct contact with the children and their families should have an awareness of the local Child Protection Procedures and know how to make a referral. All volunteers/staff who are in direct contact with the children and their families must submit to an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau disclosure. All volunteers/staff will receive training on these issues as well as the basic recognition of harm or possible harm to children.
To read our full safeguarding children policy, click here.
To view North East Lincolnshire Council’s NEL SCP Website, click here.